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DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. MELBOURNE, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBoun sE, February 26. A terrible domestic tragedy has been committed by a man whose name is believed to be Priestly. While walking through Albert Park, near 3'. Kilda, with his daughter about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, he and nenly drew a revolver and shot the girl and then himiself. The police were immediately informed of the occurrence, and both were conveyed to the Alfred Hospital in an uncon scious state. On examination it was found that there was very little hope of saving the child's life, and within half an hour of admission she died. The man has a bullet wound over his left eye, through which a portion of the brain is protruding. He is in a critical condition, and the doctors in attendance on him have very faint hopes of his recovery. A card bearing the following words was found in his possession : - "Priestly, 41 Howe Crescent,' Albert Park." It tran spires that Priestly lad been lodging at the address gi en for some time. His wife a...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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A FALL OF EARTH. SYDNEY, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

A FALL OF EARTH. (By TELEGRAPK.) SYDNEY, February 26. A miner named Peter Marital has had a narrow escape from death. He was walking through a tunnel at Mel bothery when a quantity of earth fell in, completely burying him. It happened that there was a break in the fallen earth which admitted some air, and Marital, having a pocket knife, in his hand, managed to remove the dirt from his mouth and nose, so as to keep him alive. He remained in that position 26. hours. His sufferings were so greats that he several times attempted to out his throat but failed. He was rescued in a very remarkable manner on Satur day. His sonis were walking on the heap of earth beneath which their father was buried. Hearing voices the man called to the boys, who heard his cries and reported the matter without delay. Marital was dug out after some diffi culty. He was in a very evhausted but is recovering

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THE COURTS. Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. (Before Mr L. R. Davies.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

THE COURTS. Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. (Before Mr L. R. Davies.) In the case of Trotter v. Bright, Mr Hen ning for the plaintiff, and Mr Hfare for the defendant, no further evidence was called for the plaintiff. Mr Henning asked to be allowed to amend the plaint by adding the wolds "and that accounts of partuership be taken." The plaint was amended accordingly. John William Bright sworn said he entered into partnership with the plaintiff in the agreement produced. It. was signed for wit. nj ness by his father, and he continued under the agreement six weeks until it expired. During its continuance witness went about prospecting. On October 17th they were on lease 581K, and Trotter left for Coolgardie on that date or thereabouts. His father told him in plaintiffs presence that the agree ment had expired. They set him to work the lease when an objection was male against them. Then they went out on their own account. They found the Fremantle property about a fortnight or. t...

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CHAFF FOR THE GOLDFIELDS. PERTH, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

CHAFF FOR THE GOLD FIELDS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PERTH, February 27. A deputation of business men from the Northalm district waited upon the Minister for railways and complained that the Traffic Branch, having sunp plied a number of trucks to Messrs Trossell & Son and A. Stewart for the conveyance of chaff to the goldfields, and the subsequent issue of a general traffic manager's order prohibiting the carriage of chaff to Woolgangie, till the expiration of the 7th prox. The depu tation very strongly resented the favoritism that was shown and de manded that it should not contine. Mr Throssal, M.L.A., who was waiting to introduce another deputa tion to the Minister, explained that he had obtained some trucks, representing that it was absolutely necessary to send chaff to Southern Cross. The general traffic manager denied that he knew anything of a letter said to have been written from the Depart ment to the effect that the Traffic Branch should allow the firm in ques tion to.have fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

R. W. STRINGE R, MEMBER of the KALGURLI STOCK EXi'HANGE, - M AGENT AND SHTAREBROIEl. Cable Address: "STRINGER," KALGOORLIE, Searetary to Companies and Local Manager. Al business in onunmtlion with English Companies undbrtaken. 10, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, Kf LLQO R LISE. LUST OF MEMBERS-- R. L. HAIR, Oauases. J. W. WHITTAKER. H. PARMINS2ER. J. A. O'fBlAN, Vras-CO.O 4x. L r LEE.- W. MARMIONK A. P. TURNBULL. JAMES CABSIDY. J. ADAMS. R. D. T PON. . WELLS. W : OATS.. T. F. WHITFORD. N. GREPPELL T. W. LYONS. W. g. TALYot* - JAE. BOOKMI EDAa GIL. J. 8. TCi LN. . . tEORE ANE H. N. TINLE. R. G1 ..... ..S. NCG. ,ORTN WILSON. t . HENI, QUE.a E. ONGER. D.H..P ARMSIN AEL. J. 3. REGORY. k N B, ? t T.- F. BISSING .RGE . A. 8," TlROUGH. . M UAMILTON. A. V. HARVEY. SALFRE..?siORUR. . W.. F WHITINR . . W. STRINGER THOMAS L. HAIR, eter Ina. . - - -F - Members Kalgrli, "t.h. o.- . M NI ENTS, SHARE OEBRO, D.ERS A J COUNTNT, able Address, .oolgardie and Kalgoorlie: "IRONSTONE." n. ssePR sEa 'I eiesea sNa L "...

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SPORTING. VICTORIA RACING CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

SPOR'TING,.. VICTORIA RACING- CLUB'S AUTUMN MBEETING. SBCOND DAy.. -[BY TELEGRAPH.] IELBOUIRNE, MarC r3. The above race meetinG was continued to. in the presence of a very good;attxndance. nesults : HURDLE RACE, About 24 miles. Artist ... .... ..... ... .1. Figaro , ... ... ... .... 2 Navarino ... ........ ... Artist led.from start to finish and won by five lengths. Betting : 8 to I Artist, 6 to 4 Figaro. ASCOT VALE STAKES, . Newhaven ... ... ... Kobold .. -- ... .. 2 The Trier .:. ... .. ... 8 AUSTRALIAN CUP, 2) miles. Idolater ...... ... ... 1 Wallace .. ...' . ... .2 Hova ... ... .. ... 8

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HILL'S WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE. SYDNEY, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

$I4L', WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE. Sybtihr, MiA 4h 2. Hill never gave ? chiance 'in mdILkliig 06 not out, amndihis wonderful, pedormance was loudly cheerdl. It wap thought he woul4 be tinable to reach the 200 because no oneeould stay iat the wickets w*it him, but he- f6rtA the game vigorously and obtainedtlihe ovetd number. It is the general impression:that as the result of the fine play: in his first innings, Clem. Hill will go to England M9LBOirNE, LMareh 2. Clem Hill's magnificent ,performance against New South Wales was ttheople of cpnversatipn at the, va"'Iusri et mtigest oo Saturtday kfteriioon." He s'ho.tWho t ht a certainty for the vacancyS3s theooutteenthl man in the Australian team, as A. J. Trott hhs been piVforiniing very dAsi oinit0gly of late. .I ..

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CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH : ALES. ((By TELEGRAPR.) SYDNEY, March 8, This match was continued to-day, .when South Australia completed their second innings. Turner bowled in great form, securing the, splendid average of 6 for 35. New South Wales nosy require 172 runs to win. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 1 st innings., J. Lyons, c Coningham, b M'Kibbin ... .0 F. Leake, b Turner ... .....0 G. Gifen, c Conuingham, b M'Kibbin ... 11 0. Hill, not out . ...... ...... 206 J. Darling, b.Garrett ... ... ... 121 Reedpnan, b Coningham ... ... ... 17 F. Jarvis. pand b Coninglrm ... ... O0 Martin, ib Coningliam ... ... .... 9 M'Kcnzie, b M'Kibbin ... ... ... 19 Jones, run out ... ....... ... 5 Travers. c Turner, b Garrett ...... 10 Sundries .. .... ... 2 Total ......... ... .. 400 Bowling : Garrett, 2 for 30; Walters, 0 for 11; Iredalle, 0 for 15 ; Coniugham, S for i65; Callaway,-0 for 33; Turner, I for 120; M'Kibbin, 3 for 124. Second Innings. Jqrvis, run out ... ... ... II Lyons, c "Doninn, b Coningham ....

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THE RAILWAY BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

THE RAILWAY BLOCK. In connection with the prfsent state of the Government railways, a leading firm of. forwarding agents have stated that they - vbi re been compelled to ;re-ship'goods from Fre mantle bavk to' Albany in order to get them through to Woolgangie via the I Great Southern Railway.

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RETURN OF CAPTAIN ROWE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

RETURN OF CAPTAIN ROWE. Captain Rowe, manager of the Maritana Mine, passed through on: his return from his trip:to the east.

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KANOWNA NEWS. KANOWNA, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

KANOWNA , NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) (By Telegraph.) KANOWNA, February 28. A good stock of water has been struck at the Standard mine, about ai mile from the town. The manager informs me that at a depth of 130ft in the main shaft a suddenl im ush of water took place. It is estimated that the supply is equal to 10,000 gallons per 24 hours. The water is fit for human consumption. Messrs Kaufman and M'Neil have been touring White Feather district. They have expressed themselves as satisfied with the possibilities of the field. Mr M'Neil has purchased one of the best shows at Six-Mile.

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COOLGARDIE NEWS. COOLGARDIE, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

COOLGARDIE NEWS. (BY TELEGRAPH). n[FROM OUR OWN conRESPONDENT.] COouLARuaE, February 26. Arrangements of a very exhaustive nature are being made for the opening of the railway. It is proposed to invite the Governor, the members of the Ministry, the Legislative Council, and the Assembly and the principal people of Perth and Fremantle to the ceremony. Three banquets will be liven also a pic-nic to Mount Bur gess. Two citizens balls will be held as well as sports, and altogether there will be about a week's festivities. The election of officers for the Cham ber of Mines takes place on Thursday. A large number of new candidates are proposed. A new shoot of gold has been met in Hicks' mine, at the Ninety Mile. It appears to continue some distance. The Duke of York is also opening out splendidly in the same district. Mr G. E. Elburn, one of the earliest pioneers on the field, was banquetted to-night on the occasion of his depar ture for London. February 27. A new formation was struck to-d...

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The Lormer Charges. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

The Lormer Charges. The boanl of inquiry into Mr Lormer's charges against Mr Bear llapiport and Mr Allen Baxter, his fellow-justices of the peace on the Melbourne Bench, will continued its sittings shortly. On February 7 Mrs Boulter, who was licensee of the Rob lRoy Hotel, Brunswick street, Fitzroy, in September, 1892, gave evidence. She was finedoncefor a breach of the Licensing Act, and again for a similar offence. She knew Gilbert Probyn Smith He went with her to Mr ilapiport's hous. Mrs Rappiport camne to the door, and thpis Mr Rapiport came. She told Mr Rapiport that she had been caught Sunday trading, and Mr Smith haul advised her to go to him. After she had told him that it was her second offence he took her arm and they walked down to her hotel. Mr Rapiport and she talkel over the case, and he said he would try and do his best for her and get some of his t riends to attend the court. He would be there himself and he mentioled Mr Baxter. When the case was called on Mr Rapipor...

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DENTAL CASES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

i 1 0 tOIE J -nDE $ lir--Yort, corrspo)ditentstill Vites 1tnder the heeading of, that Istald sneer Justide's Justioe," butit:il yves" var, .,folowii; > he is one of th'ose gentlemen who are lwaiys ready 'to shift their ground wuithout acknow- , ledggng that ithey g are eUy drivep from i.: i what .he was driving at; l4119 pint Beni??d to be that thh Justices in Plote'seaselbhadmande a mistake in procedure. When th: sab-: surdity.of that was shown he cohks~head " on 6ne hide ad. says i'iut ;a?tft ti?e doe-: ment was not priii' facte in ribrer ?'° And, then he.goes on to ,asset .that :ieknewAliat it# wa r!olo .Iin., opr..,Well,sir, jthatis only your correspondent's opinion against other ; . people's. The magistrates, at any rate, differ ~ from him. And if your ,crrespondent id?l one spark of nianliness in him he wohld, if , he himself believes what he asserts, take steps ? with other friends of 1Plotz to quash the con uictlon. "Lethimtaksrt in ;Opeen' court'what he 'mugly does throu...

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JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,--Alow nme to Ithank your orrespon dent "Surprjried Nat at All 'for his infor mation repgardiug legal pode before madistites sitting in Pe?atty l 6n. IHe might ibsibly' have given it %lth liiore courtesy but as he, by inference, coonedes the point about which Imade a fw repnarks in'Wednesday's issue I will forgive hlirjhis impertinence. 4' Surprised : Not A'All l" quoPes ,dtpi following .' time hohored and elenptary" maim m ---m .Thatdocumentarydevidence when iendered .by ".the. one side amid when prini.efaete in order;"is3a lways to6' sebeleted, aMd wfit is so teutlered bythe-ond sid_ e?lno objeted P by~tgp other. takes totbe. adntl by te par tagalns wmbpm it Is t0ndered , ..Quite o-but suposing the documentary evidence is prima cie "not" in order what theti I Wuldd it not, be the duty of the inaglestmtes to tejct t 'The inference ~fam the above quotation on y unastonished friend's qupaximt is that itw w l4?$ , 1hold that the documeniit produce...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. (Before Mr R. L. Davis, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. (Before Mr R. L. Davis, Warden.) Sparnon v. friliug.-Forfeiture of lease No. 658E. Adjourned for production of affidavit of service. Corbould v. Gowland.-Application for injunction ; no appearance of parties. Struck out. W. E. E. Brown, of Broad Arrow, was sum moned to show cause why he should not be finel or imprisoned for unlawfully tearing down and destroying a notice of injunction by the Warden, and posted upon lease 1120E. Mr Henning appeared for the defendant, and raised the objection that no offence was described by the summons. After discussion the Warden agreed with Mr Henning, and dismissed the case. APPLICATIONS POB ONE MONTH'S EXEMPTION. John Branby-On 2511, on grounds that lease belongs to working miners and had beeii worked through exemption. - Seven days granted to put men on the lease from February 28th. H. Fraser--On lea 1944, want o unds. -Refused. Patrick Connolly--On lease 2696, scarcity of water.-Granted 14days from February 28th. E. S. Simp...

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SATURDAY, FEBUARY 29. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATION FOR ONE MONTH'S EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

SATURDAY. FEBUARY 29. (Before Mr L. R. Davis, Warden.) APPLICATION FOR ONE MONTH'S EXEMPTION. C. W. Scott--0n 1718 and 1714; scarcity of water.--Granted from 2nd March. P. Orchard--On 1729: unable to engage men.--tefused. A. E. Rose-On 2415 and 2482; difficulty in obtaining water.--Grantle from 17th February. W. Ricec-Partial on 1232; scarcity of labor.---Grauted from 15th February ; -to be worked half handed. Cat?udo James--On 6925 scarcity of water.--Gmrated from 2nd March.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

K ANOWNA HOTEL T. DOYLE, Proprietor. Only the best brands of Wines and Spirits kept on the Premises. First-class Mineral Waters manu factured on the premises. BILLIARDS. Accommodation for Travellers a Speciality. Good Stalling. Horses and Buggies always ready. N.B.-T. Doyle having secured the above Hotel, hopes by strict attention to business to merit the patronage of his numerous friends and the public generally. First.Class Billiard Table ; First Class Piano; Best Concert-Room in W.A. T 1{E KALGOORLIE SALOON -ANNAN-TIRERT, now open, and a plentiful supply of WINES, BEER and CORI)IALS Is .aiways on hand, An inspection invited. CHAS. F. SPEED, Proprietor. E. A. GI LL.INGHAM ROYAL MAIL HOTEL, HAYES' FIND. c None but the best Wines, Beers and Spirits on hand. Good accommodation for travellers. There is a Store attached to the ntotel HOT SPICED WINE, 9d. PER GLASS, AT J G. 'ALDER DICE'S (Late L. FoOGoEGAN) BLACK SWAN: SALOON, KAL~OORLIE. f?l EIN, Prince of, Wales Bar and . ,:Dnining Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

Member of the Kalguril Stock Exchange. AUSTRAtIA CHAMBERS, HANNAN STREET, KALGO RLIE. SHAJEBROKER, ACCOUNTANT, MINING AND FINANCIAL ASENT. LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE 'OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MINING COMPAN~iS. REPORTS OBTAINED FOR1 CLIENTS FROM RELIABLE MINING ENGINEERS;: LATE ACCOUtTA-NT GREAT BOULDER, LAKE VIEW, ROYAL MINT, and IRON KING :GOLD: MINING COMPANIES. Secretary and Legal Manager of the Fllowing Companies : KALGURLI G.M. asx PROSPECTING SYNDICATE XANNAN'8 BREWERY COIPANY, LIMITED THE GLEN EWIN G.M. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY I O U VENTURE G.M. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY Acting "Secretary of the HAYJS' CONSO61S. G.M. COMPANY, NO IABILTYY ACU ON AND DVELOPENT CORPOATION HIT OR MISS CENT.RAL G.M. COMPANY, NO LIABILITY pROPERTY ACQUISITION AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, HAYES' BLACK REEP· G.M. COMPANx . LIMITED, OF KALGOORLIE, W.A. BUILONG (I 0 U) PROPRIETARY GOLD MINES, LIMITED, OF W.A. BROAD ARROW CONSOLS G.M. COMPANY. HLANNAN' S S TOCK EXOIHANG. S' fl LIST OF MEMBERS. ANTIL, H. C. LEWIS, E....

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MOUNT PHIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 5 March 1896

MOUNT PHIRM. The Mount Phirm leases, hield by an Anglo-Australian Company, in Which Lord *Fingall is largely interested, are opening up well They are situated between the Kal goorlie Proprietary and thh Hannan's Brown Hill Proprietary mines, and 'are under the management of Mr Aarons, the former manager of the Londonderry, in the Cool gardie district. Siice the cidlms were taken over some months back a good deal of work has been carried out very quietly. There are several lodes running through the mines, and the sensible plan of sinking to a depth of lOOft and then crosscutting to open up the lodes has been adopted. For some time the .chief work in progress has been the sinking of the shafts on the plroperty but crosscutting has now been commenced, and success has crowned the first effort made to prove the reefs. A start was made, some few weeks ago to crosscut from the 100ft I level of the south-east shaft of the property to cut the formation now being worked in the Golden Gl?up, a...

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